Integrating Technology Tools into Your Practice

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Featuring:

Christine Moberg, PhD
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May 17, 2018
- 1:00 pm
Level
Introductory

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Non-Member Prices

25.00

In this webinar you will learn about different types of technology tools, which are available you as a clinician and to your clients. We will go over different things to consider when selecting mobile apps to recommend to clients, and how to best integrate those tools in a coherent way. We will also cover clinician-facing products that can be used to measure client progress, provide actionable data, improve communication and engagement, and provide for additional reimbursement opportunities.

Presenter(s) Biography

Christine Moberg, PhD

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Christine Moberg is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Head of Psychology at Pacifica Labs, Inc. a mental health technology startup dedicated to empowering individuals to manage their stress, anxiety and depression. At Pacifica, Christina is responsible for designing and conducting research, writing grants, interfacing with forward-thinking health care providers and organizations, and designing digital tools that are based on best practices in mental health treatment. Christine’s expertise in substance use disorder treatment provides her a valuable perspective on what motivates behavior change and helps her to build tools that individuals actually use. Christine completed her training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, VA Palo Alto Healthcare System, and Stanford University. Prior to working at Pacifica, she was a Psychologist at the VA Palo Alto.

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